Martina Miterpáková, MVDr., PhD.

  NATIONAL PROJECTS
   
  VEGA projects - Projects funded by the Scientific Grant Agency of Ministry of Education SR and Slovak Academy of Sciences 
   
  Project Title: Newly emerging parasitic and vector - borne diseases in dogs, their epidemiology and diagnostic.
Grant scheme: VEGA 2/0018/16
Duration: 01/2016 –12/ 2019
Project position/Role: Principal investigator
   
  Project Title: Exposure risk of animals and humans in urban and rural areas of Slovakia due to global climatic, ecological and socio-economical changes.
Grant scheme: VEGA 2/0011/12
Duration: 01/2012 –12/ 2015
Project position/Role: Principal investigator
   
  Project Title: Circulation and risk of parasitozoonoses in ecologically specific conditions of national parks of northern Slovakia with emphasis on global and local environmental impacts.
Grant scheme: VEGA 2/0145/09
Duration: 01/2009 –12/2011
Project position/Role:  Deputy principal investigator
   
  Project Title: Influence of global changes on the occurrence of parasitic zoonoses in Slovakia and their molecular epidemiology, immunological and clinical aspects of parasite-host relationships.
Grant scheme: VEGA 2/7186/27
Duration: 01/2007 –12/2009
Project position/Role:  investigator
   
  Project Title: Risk analysis of parasitozoonoses, their immune manifestations and identification of infection agents by genetic methods.
Grant scheme: VEGA 2/4179/24
Duration: 01/2004 –12/2006
Project position/Role:  investigator
   
  Project Title: Characteristics of parasitozoonotic agents, epizootiology and diagnostics of diseases they induce using molecular and immunological approaches.
Grant scheme: VEGA 2/1150/21
Duration: 01/2001 –12/2003
Project position/Role:  investigator
   
  APVV projects - Projects funded by the Slovak Research and Development Agency
   
  Project Title: Genetic and immunological characterization and analysis of factors influencing the dynamics of occurrence of zoonotic pathogens and diseases they induce.
Grant scheme: APVV-51-027605
Duration: 2006 – 2008
Project position/Role:  investigator
   
  Project Title: Epizootiology of important   parasitoses  in  Slovakia,  their immunopathogenesis and  new pharmacological approaches in therapy.
Grant scheme: APVT-51-010704
Duration: 2005 – 2007
Project position/Role:  investigator
   
  Project Title: Selected zoonoses in Slovakia in the era of genomics with the emphasis on ticks and tick-borne infections.
Grant scheme: APVT-51-010702
Duration: 2002 – 2005
Project position/Role:  investigator
   
  INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS
   
  Project Title: Risk assessment and prevention of alveolar echinococcosis (ECHINORISK).
Grant scheme: FP5 – Life Quality; QLK2-CT-2001-01995
Duration: 2001 – 2004
Project position/Role:  investigator
   
  FELLOWSHIPS
   
  Project Title: Circulation of parasitic infections in dynamically changing Tatra's ecosystems under the influence of global change.
Grant scheme: APVV  SK- PL 0098-12
Duration: 2013 – 2014
Host institution: Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Wrocław, Poland
   
  Project Title: istribution and identification of Trichinella spp. (Nematoda, Trichinellidae), dangerous pathogens of humans and animals in Ukraine and Slovak Republic.
Grant scheme: International bilateral project
Duration: 2011 – 2013
Host institution: Institute of Zoology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyjev, Ukraine
   
  Project Title: valuation of environmental impacts on circulation and risk of parasitozoonoses in ecologically different areas of Poland and Slovakia.
Grant scheme: International bilateral project
Duration: 2010 – 2012
Host institution: Parasitological Institute W. Stefanskiego, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Poland
   
  Project Title: The role of free-living rodents in circulation and epidemiology of helminths.Grant scheme: APVV  SK- PL 0060-09
Duration: 2010 – 2012
Host institution: University of Wrocław, Department of Parasitology, Wrocław, Poland
   
  Project Title: Genetic structuring and transmission ecology of Echinococcus pathogens in Europe.
Grant scheme: DAAD/SAV; 293/OMS/06
Duration: 2007 – 2008
Host institution: Department of Parasitology, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany
   
  Project Title: Epidemiology and genetics of Echinococcus in central Europe.Grant scheme: DAAD/SAV; 561/06/FF/2004
Duration: 2005 – 2006
Host institution: Department of Parasitology, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany